|Bid||2,500.00 x 50000|
|Ask||0.00 x 200|
|Day's Range||2,555.00 - 2,555.00|
|52 Week Range||1,914.50 - 2,625.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||170.49|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||67.88 (2.93%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
The next big opportunity for NVIDIA (NVDA) after AI in the data center space is AI in the automotive space. The automotive and transportation industry is working toward developing self-driving cars. Hence, NVIDIA’s automotive revenue is still coming from in-car infotainment, and because of this, its automotive revenue growth is slower than its growth in the data center and AI spaces.
Toyota (TM) anticipates FCEV global sales to rise ten-fold around 2020. The company plans to increase production of such vehicles to support growth.
President Donald Trump’s push to impose painful tariffs on auto imports has put close U.S. allies in the crosshairs of a global trade row that is riling stock markets and creating uncertainty among auto makers, investors and governments. Shares of some of the biggest international auto makers including Volkswagen AG, Toyota Motor Corp., BMW AG and Daimler AG, which have big exposure to the U.S., fell Thursday, a day after the U.S. Commerce Department launched a probe into whether it could raise tariffs to up to 25% on auto imports on the basis of national security.
Asian markets were mixed in cautious early trading Friday, after President Donald Trump canceled his upcoming summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday: Toyota Motors Corp., down $2.39 to $132.44 The Trump administration said it might place tariffs on imported cars and car parts. Williams-Sonoma ...
In the previous part of this series, we saw that NVIDIA (NVDA) has been witnessing strong revenue growth for the past three years and the revenue growth rate has increased with every passing year. Based on the company’s sequential revenue growth, fiscal Q1 2019 earnings, and growth drivers, we expect NVIDIA’s revenue to reach $13 billion in fiscal 2019.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Japanese automaker Toyota Motor Corp said on Thursday that imposing tariffs on imported vehicles "could hurt American jobs" and boost consumer costs. President Donald Trump ...
Japanese automaker Toyota Motor Corp said on Thursday that imposing tariffs on imported vehicles "could hurt American jobs" and boost consumer costs. President Donald Trump on Wednesday said ...
"National security is broadly defined to include the economy, to include the impact on employment," Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says.